“Touring Future Housing” (Nov. 22, Kennebec Journal) was a great story. The Flatiron building, home of Cony High School for more than 80 years, is to become a home for senior residents.

No doubt many of those seniors attended that fine school as students. What a wonderful opportunity to “attend” once again as seniors.

I did not attend Cony, but I have special memories of the many years Maine Country Music Pioneer shows graced the stage of that fine old school, when Poulin Productions along with its associates, also lovers of Maine country music, gave the public the joys of Maine Country Music performers.

In memory to some of those who have left us, Betty Cody, Gene and Flo Hooper, Slim Clark, Fiddlin’ Tim Farrell, Dick Curless, Coastline Charlie Gilliam, to name only a few who shared their talent on that stage.

Thanks for the memories.

Evelyn A. Potter

Kents Hill


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